Google Chrome 105 released with patches for 24 holes – one critical

Google has released Chrome 105, and it would be better for all of us to install it quickly since the developers have eliminated 24 vulnerabilities, among which there is a critical one. 13 bugs are related to incorrect use of dynamic memory (Use-After-Free) and buffer overflows.

One breach from the set received critical status, eight more – high severity, nine – medium and three – low. Google received information about 21 holes from third-party researchers.

Of the nine bugs in the Use-After-Free class, the most dangerous one affects the Network Service component. It was this gap that received the status of critical. Sergey Glazunov, a specialist from the Google Project Zero team, announced it .

In addition, in Chrome 105, developers have eliminated five vulnerabilities, also related to the Use-After-Free class. They affect the WebSQL, Layout, PhoneHub, and Browser Tag components. As noted in Google, the corporation paid amounts from 5,000 to 10,000 dollars for information about four dangerous bugs.

The latest release also includes patches for buffer overflow issues in Screen Capture. In addition, the specialists fixed incorrect implementation in the Site Isolation function and unreliable input in V8.

The latest build is 105.0.5195.52 for macOS and Linux users, and 105.0.5195.52/53/54 for Windows fans.

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